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Amulets from the Islamic world

Alexander Fodor

Amulets from the Islamic world

by Alexander Fodor

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Published by Csoma de Korös Society Section of Islamic Studies in Budapest .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Catalogue of an exhibition held in Budapest in 1988.

StatementA. Fodor.
SeriesThe Arabist : Budapest studies in Arabic -- 2, The Arabist -- 2.
The Physical Object
Pagination192p. ;
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19654413M

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Figure 3: Front cover of the catalogue of the exhibition From manuscript to printed book in the Islamic world (Toronto: Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, ). What is much less well known is that, little more than years later, Arab Muslims were also printing texts, including passages from the Qur’an.

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The leading light in the world of Islamic ‘magic’ was Ahmad ibn Ali al-Buni, a 12th-century author whose Luma’at al-nuraniyya (Brilliant Lights) investigated the occult properties of the. For amulets, see A. Fodor, Amulets from the Islamic World: Catalogue of the Exhibition held in Budapest in [The Arabist.

Budapest Studies in Arabic, 2] (Budapest, ); P.W. Schienerl, Schmuck und Amulett in Antike und Islam [Acta Culturologica, 4] (Aachen, ); and R. Kriss and H. Kriss-Heinrich, Volksglaube im Bereich des Islam.Amulets In popular religion, worn or hung object on which Quranic verses, holy texts, or numerical or symbolic formula is written.

Intended to ward off evil spirits, slander, and gossip; offer protection from ailments and physical dangers; provide security while traveling; ensure success and influence; protect pregnancy; promote intelligence; cure diseases; and provide therapeutic benefits.Islamic Amulets: An Interview with a Collector of Fine Muslim Art Editor's note: For more than 25 years, this collector of fine Islamic art has avidly sought out a range of fine Islamic art including amulets, seals, calligraphic manuscripts & books.

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